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Author Topic: [ANN][XCN] Cryptonite - NEW Thread | 1st mini-blockchain coin | Bounties!  (Read 155951 times)
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August 09, 2017, 09:07:49 PM
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I've contacted to Novaexchange about my lost XCN, they do not see any transactions to the wallet, but Suprnova shows coins were transfered.
What should I do in this case?

Use a third party source, like a block explorer, to show them the coins.

As pallas said, I provided to Nova support block info with my transaction. Coins appeared in wallet few hour later.
Now Nova refuses my sell orders - "Trades for XCN has been disabled, probably wallet issues. Check coininfo under balances."
Сoininfo shows - all ok.
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August 10, 2017, 02:28:17 AM
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ocminer not answer me. May be pallas can help - as I think my ip is banned by ocminer scripts. not web and stratum.
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August 10, 2017, 03:56:05 AM
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ocminer not answer me. May be pallas can help - as I think my ip is banned by ocminer scripts. not web and stratum.

Coin is towards dead, less people interested to it. There aren't updates so far since takeover pretty much telling incapable of new dev except few fixes, and don't even want to try out the sync issue fixed or not.
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August 10, 2017, 07:25:47 AM
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ocminer not answer me. May be pallas can help - as I think my ip is banned by ocminer scripts. not web and stratum.

Coin is towards dead, less people interested to it. There aren't updates so far since takeover pretty much telling incapable of new dev except few fixes, and don't even want to try out the sync issue fixed or not.

Can't agree, can't disagree. Just look at Signatum. Coin success nowadays is all about hype created around that particular coin. We all come and join hypes, it's human nature, we like smooth design, style, it attracts our eyes, when everybody tells everywhere about bright future we don't want to miss a chance. You don't need to go far, just compare Cryptonite website and Signatum website. Which one would you choose? Smiley

But don't forget about technology.

Blockchain is technology, miniblockchain is technology, new hashing algo (actually not) is not a technological feature, marketplace is a great idea, but still nothing spare with technological innovation, we've seen it before.

Cryptonite needs that designer guys, PR-hypers, media coverage, add these people to the project - it'll be on bittrex in a month or two, that's how it rolls now.

Just my personal opinion.

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August 10, 2017, 08:17:26 AM
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Don't forget that xcn is having constantly 1 million USD daily trade volume in the past months, and with peeks of more than 10 M$.
I don't understand how this can be called "lack of interest".

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August 10, 2017, 08:35:44 AM
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Don't forget that xcn is having constantly 1 million USD daily trade volume in the past months, and with peeks of more than 10 M$.
I don't understand how this can be called "lack of interest".

Think JasonSW meant that lack of mass-used exchanges and difficulties turn users off Cryptonite, it's not one of that coins you can just "hop into", mine and dump  Cheesy

And volume shows interest to coin, yes, at least on Chinese market.

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August 10, 2017, 09:13:40 AM
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Don't forget that xcn is having constantly 1 million USD daily trade volume in the past months, and with peeks of more than 10 M$.
I don't understand how this can be called "lack of interest".

Think JasonSW meant that lack of mass-used exchanges and difficulties turn users off Cryptonite, it's not one of that coins you can just "hop into", mine and dump  Cheesy

Sounds like a good thing :-)
And it's exactly about those difficulties my current work is: bringing the fixes and not new features (yet); bring them having tested long enough to avoid any more issues or chain forks.

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August 10, 2017, 09:56:56 AM
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Pushed some commits to github:

- Avoid possible sync loop
- Fixed transaction export
- Bump version

If you compiled your own wallet, especially if you run in server mode (i.e. allowing incoming connections), please update.

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August 10, 2017, 10:38:09 AM
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Pushed some commits to github:

- Avoid possible sync loop
- Fixed transaction export
- Bump version

If you compiled your own wallet, especially if you run in server mode (i.e. allowing incoming connections), please update.
Great! Though I'm assuming that there will be no compiled Windows version, so neither us Windows users without the proper knowledge or btc38 can take advantage of the new commits. Unless, of course, someone compiles one. And it didn't seem especially easy, not even for a friend of mine which is an app developer (for Android mainly).

Could a reason for the "bad nodes" that has been talked about be because of outdated Windows wallets?
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August 10, 2017, 10:41:17 AM
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Pushed some commits to github:

- Avoid possible sync loop
- Fixed transaction export
- Bump version

If you compiled your own wallet, especially if you run in server mode (i.e. allowing incoming connections), please update.
Great! Though I'm assuming that there will be no compiled Windows version, so neither us Windows users without the proper knowledge or btc38 can take advantage of the new commits. Unless, of course, someone compiles one. And it didn't seem especially easy, not even for a friend of mine which is a developer. Something about no proper and clear instructions, I don't know. Don't ask because I don't know.

There are no differences compared to any other coin forked from bitcoin around the same time (beginning of 2014), as far as compilation is concerned (i.e. same dependancies).
I'm contacting bitfreak to ask for a windows build, he has a working windows compile environment.

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August 10, 2017, 10:41:48 AM
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Faucet are dry.. need some donation here.. Grin
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August 10, 2017, 10:44:07 AM
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Faucet are dry.. need some donation here.. Grin

I will send some coins from the fund, as soon as I have access to the machine with the wallet (network issues).

EDIT: meanwhile, if someone wants to send some coins, you are very welcome! This is the address: CVftwe8kKSnwM3ruTy6yRVypydtkQ1xvqU

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August 10, 2017, 10:44:52 AM
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Do you think that it is clean?

Code:
// limit number of getslice from the same peer
Misbehaving(pfrom->GetId(), 2);


Just ban node for many getslice? Or there is fixed number of getslice() for full sync?

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August 10, 2017, 10:46:55 AM
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Do you think that it is clean?

Code:
// limit number of getslice from the same peer
Misbehaving(pfrom->GetId(), 2);


Just ban node for many getslice? Or there is fixed number of getslice() for full sync?

A clean sync should do less than 10 "getslice", but some broken clients are doing undredths, hence why the ban.
It was also a possible attack vector: I feel much more confortable with a cap on possible requests of that kind.

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August 10, 2017, 11:16:28 AM
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ocminer not answer me. May be pallas can help - as I think my ip is banned by ocminer scripts. not web and stratum.

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August 10, 2017, 11:23:00 AM
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ocminer not answer me. May be pallas can help - as I think my ip is banned by ocminer scripts. not web and stratum.

I'm sorry Sir but I can't help you with his pool, if he banned your IP.

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August 10, 2017, 11:34:50 AM
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There are no differences compared to any other coin forked from bitcoin around the same time (beginning of 2014), as far as compilation is concerned (i.e. same dependancies).
I'm contacting bitfreak to ask for a windows build, he has a working windows compile environment.
Right. Well, it probably didn't help that my friend know nothing about cryptocurrency. I've never compiled anything in my life, but managed to compile the linux wallet. However, I couldn't figure out how to cross compile for Windows. With enough time and experimentation, I'm sure I could figure it out eventually, but it would take such a long time since I'm quite busy with other things.

So yeah, it'd be great if bitfreak would be able to help out. I'm sure it's easy enough if you actually know what you're doing (unlike me).

I updated my post after you replied, so you might have missed it. Could the previously talked about "bad nodes" have something to do with old Windows wallets? Would you believe this new version would easily fix btc38's issues (whatever they actually are - their messages to their customers are quite cryptic - perhaps you know more thanks to your contact?)?
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August 10, 2017, 11:35:33 AM
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ocminer not answer me. May be pallas can help - as I think my ip is banned by ocminer scripts. not web and stratum.
hey, this is my words Angry
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August 10, 2017, 11:44:28 AM
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ocminer not answer me. May be pallas can help - as I think my ip is banned by ocminer scripts. not web and stratum.
hey, this is my words Angry

hehe I didn't notice, happened to me as well in the past.
this is what some users do to increase their "activity": copy others post, so they look "in place".

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August 10, 2017, 11:48:20 AM
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Could the previously talked about "bad nodes" have something to do with old Windows wallets? Would you believe this new version would easily fix btc38's issues (whatever they actually are - their messages to their customers are quite cryptic - perhaps you know more thanks to your contact?)?

It should make server nodes more solid, which in turn means the network will generally improve.
The next step is not allowing incoming connections from old nodes (by increasing the protocol version). But, before doing that, we must be sure there are no exchanges, or other services, still running old wallets.

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